• Repairing the Quaife – Preparing for Geelong Revival

    After having so much fun inside the car at QLD Matsuri, then WTAC the week after I was starting to notice that the Quaife QBE69G wasnt performing like it used too. When I got home I lifted the Hilux up on its air jacks to give it a clean out. As you can see it […]

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  • 180SX – On the ground

    The 180SX has touched down for the first time this year, im pretty stoked that everything i had on my mind last year is now fixed, after 3 years of ownership its a good feeling to have put so much time into driving and maintaining this car.

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  • ETS Drift Ute – From here on in

    When i started this project the idea was to maximise the use of low cost parts, my tried and true recipe of low tune 400HP TD06 (by the way you may notice the new TD06L2 8cm has shown up) SR20 with an RB25 gearbox and r200 2way means the 300kg drop in weight will transfer […]

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  • 180SX – BRAE Manifold complete

    With most of the last month spent working up at MCA headquarters in queensland it was good to get back to the 180SX and prepare it for todays film session at Calder Thunderdome. Brenton from BRAE Auto Fabrication has made my life a lot easier by supplying me with a Steam Pipe manifold sitting my […]

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  • Japan Day 11 – FCs at Ebisu

    Its day 11 on our trip in Japan and we returned to Ebisu to see what was going on. This pair of FC RX7s caught our attention immediatly and i knew i had to shoot some photos for ETS.

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  • Japan Day 7 – D1SL Pit Walks

    You have seen the cars, the engine bays, the interiors and the action. Still want to see more? Well heres some other sights you may be interested in, i know i was.

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  • Japan Day 7 – D1SL Engine Bays

    In this post i want to look at D1SL engine bays, i just cant get enough of looking at the way the japanese tune the Sr20, there are cirtain rules in D1Sl but they mainly restrict the modifications done to the chassis not the engines.  Heres what i saw on an overcast Tsukuba sunday.

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  • Japan Day 3 – Engine bays of MSC

    In the last post we saw the cars of MSC now its time to have a look at the what makes the cars perform so well. Above is the engine bay of that super wide S15 on Driftmasters. Highlights include the big IHI turbo setup that is possibly an RX6 kit, lengthened front tubs for more wheel arch […]

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